The Rogue and the Lily

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Kensington Publishing Corporation, 1993 - Fiction - 444 pages
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The searing story of an imprisoned French aristocrat who agrees to marry a Louisiana plantation owner in exchange for her freedom--and becomes enslaved by her wild, wanton love for him. Diane Gates Robinson is the author of The Eagle and the Rose and The Falcon and the Swan.

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Review: The Rogue and the Lily (Zebra Lovegram)

User Review  - Noelle - Goodreads

This one was pretty good. A few too many remarks about how small the h was, for example " child woman" or " her tiny hands" was used way too much. I get it....She's small. And there is really no groveling for the H in this one......and there really should have been. Read full review

Review: The Rogue and the Lily (Zebra Lovegram)

User Review  - Yona - Goodreads

This book was a little strange, but not too bad. I read it fast and i wasn't annoyed or bored from it so I'll just say it is perfect for a cold winter day like today, to read inside in front of the fire place when it is snowing outside. And to read for the hot New Orleans. Read full review

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